Health Tip: Reading to Baby
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It helps the child grow intellectually and develop
By Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- Reading to your infant can help baby develop a lifelong love for books, and it can help your baby grow intellectually and develop.
The Nemours Foundation mentions these additional benefits of reading to baby:
- It helps baby learn about communication.
- It introduces concepts such as shapes, numbers, letters and colors.
- It helps develop baby's vocabulary, listening and memory skills.
- It helps baby learn more about the world around him or her.
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